Files and Settings Transfer Wizard [ERROR=1814 (716h)]

Recently i needed to format an XP home machine and re-install windows for various reasons.  The machine originally consisted of four user profiles (two of which had a lot of very important documents), i used the 'Files and Settings Transfer Wizard' and backed up all documents and settings to a network share before formatting.  After formatting the hard drive and re-installing windows i tried using the FAST wizard to copy across the backup data from the network share but this wasn't 100% successful.  The wizard managed to restore one of the two important profiles but none of the data from the other.  The following is an example of a series of errors displayed in the FASTwiz.log: -

Error         Cannot restore source File object: C:\Documents and
                Settings\Miki\My Documents\Nervous system.doc [ERROR=1814 (716h)]

I've been searching for a tool to extract the IMG00001.DAT file and manually restore the data but cannot seem to locate one anywhere.

Any help on this would be very much appreciated.

Kind regards,

Jamie
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jdgallCommented:
You can call Microsoft, and they can use a utility called Rmv2opq.exe to do this.
I dont think you can get it anywhere on the internet, so this could be all you can do.
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